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From: (Anonymous) Date: February 19th, 2016 01:18 am (UTC) (Link)

Re: BAFTA red carpet soldies/sailor/SEAL/

Thought he did a good job and thought he was brilliant in "Courage" as a contrast done much earlier. I want to see him do a role as a soldier/sailor/marine/SEAL/Ranger etc. that he plays with Bourne-like intensity. Show his ferocious side--know what I mean? I want to see an inside/outside job playing all the notes of his art in a non-Bourne setting. I'm waiting for it.

Louie
4mattdamon From: 4mattdamon Date: February 19th, 2016 04:23 am (UTC) (Link)

Re: BAFTA red carpet soldies/sailor/SEAL/

Hmm, thats an interesting one. I mean he did get in with the marines for Green Zone to try to play it realistically I remember him saying on the special features. And they were impressed that he didn't want to be pampered. I think it'd be interesting to see him do it as you saw with as much intensity as you speak of, but I think that was Green Zone for him. I don't know that he could do it any harder or tougher. Now the musical idea, that's an area he's not done, he's gone in that direction with some light singing in some films (Brothers Grimm, Euro Trip, Ripley, and Will&Grace). I think he could pull it off, but I don't see him as a good singer, he's game though. I wish he'd do another movie where he really disappears like he did with Ripley, Informant, BTC.
G
From: (Anonymous) Date: February 19th, 2016 05:49 am (UTC) (Link)

Re: BAFTA red carpet soldies/sailor/SEAL/

Unfortunately, that was not Matt singing in Eurotrip, G. And I want ferocity in the role I'm waiting for: not Green Zone "ferocity". I'm talking about the deep rage that comes from the private parts (that's as inoffensive I can get that term!). I want him to let loose his inner boiler-room explosion. I agree about his disappearing into his roles--love that about his art. Good night, G.

Louie
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